Fort McKay South
The Fort McKay South Air Monitoring Station is located between the community of Fort McKay and the Syncrude Canada mine site (Latitude, Longitude: 57.149175, -111.642344). The Fort McKay South station was installed in September 2002.
The Fort McKay south station contains analyzers that continuously measure Sulphur Dioxide (SO2), Total Reduced Sulphur (TRS), Nitric Oxide (NO), Total Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Total Hydrocarbons (THC), Ozone (O3), Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5), wind speed and direction, relative humidity,and temperature. Time integrated sampling includes Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Particulate Matter 10 (PM10), and Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5). At Fort McKay South, the WBEA also operates a precipitation sampler on behalf of Environment and Climate Change Canada.
For more information regarding the Fort McKay South Air Monitoring Station, please see the station site documentation.
|Time of Data:|
2018-02-18 12:00:00 (Mountain Standard Time)
|Parameter||Hourly Average||Alberta Ambient Air Quality Objective|
|SO2||0.69 ppb||172 ppb|
|TRS||0.00 ppb||10 ppb|
|NO2||2.32 ppb||159 ppb|
|O3||29.92 ppb||82 ppb|
|Temp @ 2m||-21.69 deg. C|
|Wind Speed @ 10m||5.34 km/h|
|Wind Dir. @ 10m||40.78 deg.|
Level 1 data used from this web site is accessible in raw form only before data validation processing. Level 1 data is preliminary and may change during the validation process. Level 2 data has undergone validation review and is considered final data.